Issue 631

08th February, 2007 - 21st February, 2007

Bakari McClendon has headed in an opposite direction. He hopes it's the right one. This is an era when many young adults, especially artists, feel a need to move far from mid-Michigan.

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Dear Guy, I'm gonna say this straight out: I'm a 32-year-old virgin woman. It's not that I am at all unattractive. It's not that I am not interested in it. I just have not met the right person.

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In 2006, Matchbox Mike was diagnosed with esophageal cancer. He underwent an operation for feeding tube placement followed by three months of chemotherapy to prepare him for a surgery that would remove his esophagus.

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In this age of broadcast sound bites and 'lifestyle' journalism high on gloss but lean on calories and content, each year Project Censored sends researchers out to scour the media looking for news items that never really made the news, publishing the results in an annual book.

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The G & G boys have pulled it off. The G & G boys - Dick Garber and Craig Goslin - accomplished their goal of putting on a first-class all-star game along with an abundance of family-themed activities packed into a six-day span, which was dubbed the PRIDE All-Star Ice Fest.

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In one of the most hotly contested elections Saginaw County has witnessed in recent years, Roger Kahn was deemed to have defeated Democrat Carl Williams by 450 votes out of nearly 100,000 cast in the 32nd State Senate race in November.

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His name is synonymous with international stardom. He's known throughout the planet as the "Greatest Living Guitarist". He was dubbed as the "Best Pop Guitarist" by Guitar Player Magazine, placing him in the publication among the "Gallery of Greats".

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Dear Editor: As anchorman of The CBS Evening News, I signed off my nightly broadcasts for nearly two decades with a simple statement: 'And that's the way it is.' To me, that encapsulates the newsman's highest ideal: to report the facts as he sees them, without regard for the consequences or controversy that may ensue.

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